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PERKINS, S.J. and WHITE, G. (2020) Reward management: alternatives, consequences and contexts. 4th ed. London: Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.

COTTON, C., GIFFORD, J. and YOUNG, J. (2022) Incentives and recognition: an evidence review. Practice summary and recommendations. London: Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.

ARMSTRONG, M. (2017) Armstrong’s handbook of performance management: an evidence-based guide to delivering high performance. 6th ed. London: Kogan Page.

HIGH PAY CENTRE. (2015) No routine riches: reforms to performance-related pay. London: HPC.

MARSDEN, D. (2009) The paradox of performance related pay systems: why do we keep adopting them in the face of evidence that they fail to motivate? CEP Discussion Paper, 946. London: London School of Economics, Centre for Economic Performance.

Journal articles

BRYSON, A., FORTH, J. and STOKES, L. (2017) How much performance pay is there in the public sector and what are its effects? Human Resource Management Journal. Vol 27, No 4, November. pp581-597.

COTTON, C. (2018) Is time up for performance-related pay?CIPD Voice. Issue 13, 26 February.

HUNT, B.G. (2018) Pay for performance: six takeaways to shape a better outcome. Workspan. Vol 61, No 6, June/July. pp52-55.

SHAW, J.D. and GUPTA, N. (2015) Let the evidence speak again! Financial incentives are more effective than we thought. Human Resource Management Journal. Vol 25, No 3, July. pp281-293

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